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: A Military Band Concert

THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND, conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL

WYNNE AJELLO (Soprano) BERTRAM AYRTON (Bariton)' BAND, Overture to ' Semiramis ' - Rossini
A Norwegian Artists' Carnival - Svendsen
3.20 WYNNE AJELLO Nymphs and Sylvans - Bemberg
Solveig's Song - Grieg
3.30 BERTRAM AYRTON Eldorado - Walthew
The Ballad of Semmerwater - Graham Peel
The Miller and his Cat - Brewer
Drake's Drum - Stanford
340 BAND Fifth Symphonyâ??Second and Third Movements - Tchaikovsky (4.0 Time Signal, Daventry only)
4.0 SAMUEL KUTC'HER (Violinist) Song Meditation - Cottenet
Prelude and Allegro - Pugnani, arr. Kreisler
Une Pensee Divine (A Divine Thought) - Holbrooke
Punchinello Serenade : - Kreisler
Caprice in A Minor - Wieniawski, arr. Kreisler
4.15 BAND Pot-pourri from the Works of Grieg - arr. C. Godfrey
4.35 WYNNE AJELLO Se tu m'ami (If you love me, from ' The Coquette ') - Pergolesi
Where the bee sucks - Sullivan
Faery Song ('The Immortal Hour') - Rutland Boughton
4 45 BERTRAM AYRTON Sigh no more. ladies - Aikin
The street sounds to the soldiers' tread - Somerrell
The Laird o' Cockpen - Hubert Parry
Tim, an Irish terrier - Charles Wood
4.55 BAND Selection from ' L'Enfant Prodigue' (' The Prodigal Child - Wormser
Kermesse (A Fair Scene) - Godard

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Selections from
' Madame Butterfly.' and ' La Bohème '(Puccini). played by The Daventry Quartet. The Story of ' The Wrong Bottle,' told by Cyril Kash. A Competition

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

THE SUITES OF HANDEL
Played by GERDA NETTE

: AN ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA conducted by JOHN ANSELL
HAYWARD WEBB (Contralto) FOSTER RICHARDSON (Bass)

: VARIETY

BARNEY O'REILLY (Irish Ballads)
J. ROSAMOND JOHNSON and TAYLOR GORDON
(Negro Spirituals)
CHARLIE KIDD (Comedian)
TEDDY BROWN (Xylophone and Saxophone)
ELSIE CARLISLE (Syncopated Numbers)
(10.0 Time Signal, Daventry only)








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